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Nebo School District received entries for itsbrChristmas card.

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This year, junior high school students competed forbrthe honor.

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All of the following students received recognitionbrand some money for their talent and hard work.

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Nebo has many talented artists and is thrilled tobrrecognize some of them. We are especially grateful to our art teachers thatbrencourage their students to practice and develop their talents. Scroll throughbrthe photos to see the following winners:

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First Place: $100 to Heather Gunnerson, abrninth-grader at Salem Junior High.

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Heather’s art teacher is Scott Shaffer.

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Second Place: $75 to Kenadi Squires, anbreighth-grader at Diamond Fork Junior High.

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Kenadi’s art teacher is Ashley Mickelson.

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Third Place: $50 to Leah Ford, a seventh-grader atbrSalem Junior High.

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Leah’s art teacher is Scott Shaffer.

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Heather’s artwork went out to more than 4,800 NebobrSchool District employees as the Nebo School District Christmas card as well asbrto other school districts across the state.

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Kenadi’s artwork is on the Nebo EducationbrFoundation’s Christmas card and went to hundreds of generous people andbrbusinesses that donated throughout the year to the Nebo Education Foundationbrfor students and teachers of Nebo School District. (Serve Daily submission.)

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